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See My Vest

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"See My Vest"
Two Dozen and One Greyhounds.png
Song Information
Singers: Harry Shearer
Tress MacNeille
Characters: Charles Montgomery Burns
Fat cheeked housekeeper
Length: 1:20
Writer(s): Lyrics: Mike Scully
Music: Alf Clausen
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield
Appearance(s): "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds"

"See My Vest" is a song sung by Mr. Burns where he describes his plan to turn the greyhound puppies into a greyhound fur tuxedo. It also notes what he does with all his animals: turning them into a variety of clothes.

Lyrics[edit]

Mr. Burns:
Some men hunt for sport,
Others hunt for food,
The only thing I'm hunting for,
Is an outfit that looks good...
See my vest, see my vest,
Made from real gorilla chest,
Feel this sweater, there's no better
Than authentic Irish setter.
See this hat, 'twas my cat,
My evening wear - vampire bat,
These white slippers are albino
African endangered rhino.
Grizzly bear underwear,
Turtles' necks, I've got my share,
Beret of poodle, on my noodle
It shall rest.
Try my red robin suit,
It comes one breast or two,
See my vest, see my vest,
See my vest.
Like my loafers? Former gophers -
It was that or skin my chauffeurs,
But a greyhound fur tuxedo
Would be best,
So let's prepare these dogs,
Fat cheeked housekeeper:
Kill two for matching clogs.
Mr. Burns:
See my vest, see my vest,
Oh please, won't you see my vest!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

"See My Vest" is a parody of "Be Our Guest" from Disney's Beauty and the Beast. It is part of the track "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds (Medley)" on the album Songs in the Key of Springfield.

Appearances[edit]